ISSUE DATE: AUGUST 21-28, 2000 (Special Double Issue)
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COVER STORY

The 21st Century Corporation
New leaders, new visions, new priorities: Are you ready for the workplace of the future?
 

UP FRONT

  Talk Show
  Take Me Out to the Ticket Auction
  A Live Wire to Spark Up GM
  Digital X-Ray Comes into Focus
  TABLE: Teen Angels and Rebels
  Boot Camp Cuisine on Every Corner
  A Pre-Paid Power Play
  More Wired Than Seattle?
  CHART: Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?
  Footnotes
 

EDITOR'S MEMO

  You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet
 

READERS REPORT

Does Steve Jobs Have the Vision to Keep Apple Fresh?
Is the Music Industry Tasting Its Own Medicine?
The Internet Has Been Good for the Health-Care Industry
Death Tax: Simply the Final Indignity
DaimlerChrysler's Morale Problem
Why Luxury Brands and the Net Don't Mix
Keeping Toys and Products in the House
 

CORRECTIONS & CLARIFICATIONS

''Who does Linda Wachner answer to?'' (News: Analysis & Commentary, Aug. 7, 2000)
 

BOOKS

Old Economy, We Will Bury You
      PHOTO: Cover, ''Living on the Fault Line''
 

TECHNOLOGY & YOU

A Losing Hand for This Palm?
      TABLE: The Palm m100
      PHOTO: The New Palm
 

ECONOMIC VIEWPOINT

  Windfall In, Windfall Out: What Could Shrink the Surplus
 

ECONOMIC TRENDS

  It's about Jobs, Stupid
      CHART: Crime Takes a Holiday
  The Skinny on Downsizing
  Closing the Pay Gap
      CHART: Progress Slows
 

BUSINESS OUTLOOK

  U.S.: It's Productivity to the Rescue!
      CHART: A One-Two Punch against Inflation
      CHART: Where Efficiency Gains Are Hottest
      CHART: Job Growth: Slower, But Still Strong
Australia: One Surprise Rate Hike May Not Be Enough
    CHART: Inflation Becomes a Worry
 

NEWS: ANALYSIS & COMMENTARY

Team Gore's Dilemma
      TABLE: The Gore Agenda
      Commentary: The Lieberman Effect: How Big a Boost?
         TABLE: Assessing the Impact
      ONLINE ORIGINAL: Gore 2000 Chief William Daley Talks about the Campaign
Corporate America's Door-to-Door Campaign
  Gridlock on the Power Grid
      TABLE: Electricity: Where the Problems Are
      Utility Shares: Loaded with Juice
         CHART: Power Surge
  Commentary: Semiconductors: Fewer Thrills and Chills?
      CHART: Shrinking Slice of the Pie
  Commentary: Computer Associates: You Call That Change?
      CHART: No Bounce for Investors
  How Will Firestone and Ford Steer through This Blowout?
      TABLE: Rolling Danger
 

IN BUSINESS THIS WEEK

  Herbert M. Baum: Dial Isn't Down the Drain, Yet
  Cisco: Chambers for 10 More Years?
  Depressed Stock for Prozac Maker
  The Country Is Running on Empty
  Will Jimmy Lee Go to CSFB?
  Andersen Family Feud Is Finished
  Et Cetera...
  Bad Connection?
      CHART: Verizon Stock Price
 

WASHINGTON OUTLOOK

  The Germans Are Coming and U.S. Telecoms Are Quaking
  Israel on the Radar Screen
  Endangered Statistics
  Lieberman's Backers
 

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS

DoCoMo's Mission: World Domination--on the Cheap
      TABLE: Global Game Plan
U.S. Wises Up to Smart Cards
      TABLE: What's Driving the Smart-Card Revival
Commentary: Why Russia Has to Cut Chechnya Loose
 

INTERNATIONAL OUTLOOK

  Japan: At the LDP, a Threat from Within
  Not Much of a Shakeup
  Justice in Chile?
 

INDUSTRY MONITOR

  U.S. Students: No Itch to Become Engineers
      TABLE: Rank Engineers
  This Software Has Zero Tolerance for Poor Measurements
  Superconductors Put a Chill on Brownouts
  Innovations
 

INDUSTRY INSIDER

Ispat International's Lakshmi N. Mittal: The Man Who Would Be J.P. Morgan
      TABLE: Steelers
      CHART: Losing Luster?
 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT

  LTV: Out of the Frying Pan
      CHART: Going Once, Going Twice
      CHART: LTV Steel Net Income
      TABLE: Running Dry
The ''Velvet Hammer'' of E-Commerce
      RESUME: Sanjiv Sidhu
      CHART: B2B Boom
 

LEGAL AFFAIRS

  Offshore Betting: The Feds Are Rolling Snake Eyes
      TABLE: The Campaign against Cybercasinos
 

INDUSTRIES

Surf the Web in the Air
      Digital Downloads at 27,000 Feet
 

DEVELOPMENTS TO WATCH

  From Concept to Crystal Clear Prototype
  A Generation of Girl Geeks Steps Up
  Fueling the Nano World with DNA
      PHOTO: Nanotweezer
  Innovations
 

MANAGEMENT

  Pfizer: How Big Is Too Big?
      CHART: The Warner Boost
      TABLE: A Blockbuster Lineup
      PHOTO: Pfizer-Sponsored NASCAR Car
      How Viagra Revived after a Cold Shower
Stanford High-Hats Its Way onto a Blacklist
      CHART: Valley-Centric?
      TABLE: So Long, Stanford
 

FINANCE

E*Trade: Not Just Clicks Anymore
      CHART: E*Trade's Stock Gets Battered
      TABLE: How E*Trade Is Going Traditional
Commentary: The Trouble with Asset-Based Loans
Page-Turners for the Portfolio Set
      TABLE: Reads to Riches
Why Defense Stocks Are Going Great Guns
      CHART: Weapons Shares Are Rocketing
 

MARKETING

  Brands in a Bind
      TABLE: Why Brands Are Hurting
      CHART: How U.S. Spending Habits Are Changing
 

SPORTS BUSINESS

  The USOC: No Pain, No Gain
      Blake: ''I Wasn't Running for Election'' (extended)
 

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

  Late to the Party
      TABLE: Kinko's Net Gains
 

BUSINESSWEEK LIFESTYLE

To Develop Your Vacation Pictures, Just Click
      TABLE: Sizing Up the Photofinishing Sites
 

BUSINESSWEEK INVESTOR

Putting Stock in Rental Properties
      TABLE: Getting Started
High Yields with Little Risk
      TABLE: Right on Target
Do the Right Thing--It Pays
      TABLE: Social Investing Makes Sense
 

BW INVESTOR -- THE BARKER PORTFOLIO

When Are Brokers More Than Brokers?
 

BW INVESTOR -- INSIDE WALL STREET

Guilford Perks Up
      CHART: Looking a Tad Sharper
One Tech Stock That's a Safe Haven
      CHART: Quick Rebound from a Spring Dip
Clocking in with Kronos
      CHART: A Steep Tumble
 

FIGURES OF THE WEEK

  Figures of the Week (.pdf)
      Production Index Components
      HISTORICAL DATA: BW Index Back to 1992
 

EDITORIALS

  The 21st Century Corporation
 

INTERNATIONAL -- SPOTLIGHT ON THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

Guarding a Lead in the Cigar Market...From a Rival Waiting in the Wings (int'l edition)
      MAP: Dominican Republic
 

INTERNATIONAL -- LETTER FROM YORBA LINDA

A Rehab Center Called the Nixon Library (int'l edition)
      MAP: Yorba Linda, Calif.
 

INTERNATIONAL -- READERS REPORT

The Right Way to Reform Mexico's Economy (int'l edition)
Death Taxes Affect Noncitizens More Severely (int'l edition)
 

INTERNATIONAL -- CORRECTIONS & CLARIFICATIONS

''New tricks for old stores'' (Latin American Business, June 26, 2000) (int'l edition)
 

INTERNATIONAL -- ASIAN BUSINESS

Even the E-Rents Are Outrageous in Tokyo (int'l edition)
      TABLE: A Hard Road for Netheads
Commentary: Cronyism: Malaysia Still Hasn't Learned Its Lesson (int'l edition)
 

INTERNATIONAL -- EUROPEAN BUSINESS

The U.S. Is Wising Up to Smart Cards (int'l edition)
      TABLE: What's Driving the Smart Card Revival
Leapfrogging the Chip-Equipment Heavies (int'l edition)
      CHART: Vying for Global No. 1
 

INTERNATIONAL -- INT'L FIGURES OF THE WEEK

International Figures of the Week (.pdf) (int'l edition)
 

ARTICLES PREVIOUSLY PUBLISHED IN INTERNATIONAL EDITIONS

AUGUST 14, 2000
  The Fall of Baan




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